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Be a Part of the Texas State Tradition!

Official Rings

The Ring-A World of Meaning
Custom crafted for Texas State, the design of the Official Ring is based upon our revered heritage and culture. Centered on the top of the Official Ring is a Texas “lone-star” set upon an oak and laurel leaf wreath. As an option, the star can be highlighted with a cubic zirconia or diamond. Around the crown of the ring, the Texas State University name and 1899 founding date are spelled out.

The left side of the ring features Texas State’s original campus building, the red-gable roofed Old Main, with “tubers” floating by on the steady flow of the San Marcos River. San Marcos gave birth to the university by giving it Chautauqua Hill-the hill where Old Main opened its doors in 1903. Since the late 1800s, people traveled from miles around to Chautauqua Hill to meet. Today, Old Main is the focal point of campus, perched above the “Quad” which is still the central gathering place for students.

In accordance with the tradition set forth by the students and faculty of Texas State University, all rings ordered will be held until the subsequent Texas State Ring Ceremony. Students who do not wish to participate in the ceremony may pick up their ring at the Alumni House the day AFTER the ceremony.

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